2021 MARKETING MIX WEBINAR SCHEDULE 

The compelling benefits for professional marketers include;

Proven speakers who know how to communicate the strategic thinking and practices they have consistently successfully applied.

Q&A is business intelligence as the questions indicate the areas of prime interest and the answers are authoritative and pragmatic.

Communicate with the speakers, they will respond directly.

31 Mar to 26 May -TOWNSHIP MARKETING SUMMIT 1st Webinar Series - 5 fortnightly morning webinars – duration 2.5 hours each – click on your choice to register – standard delegate rate R1,000 excl vat per session

Wed, 31 Mar 21 – LATEST FMCG & RETAIL – stats and insights – recording link available

Wed, 14 Apr 21 - LIFESTYLE MARKETING & CULTURAL SEGMENTATION – recording link available

Wed, 28 Apr 21 - STRATEGIC OPPORTUNITIES – recording link available

Wed, 12 May 21 - TOWNSHIP MEDIA MIX -  recording link available

Wed, 26 May 21 WELLNESS INFLUENCING FOOD, LIFESTYLE & INNER BEAUTY - click to view program & register

 

Thurs, 22 Apr 21 – FORECOURT CONVENIENCE RETAIL partnering with Trade Intelligence

 

Thurs, 20 May - DIGITAL MEDICAL MARKETING -  click to view program & register - standard delegate rate R3,500 excl vat

The second Masterclass will focus on key learnings from the rush to digitalization as practiced and experienced by 9 eminent medical marketers.  Our objective is to highlight best practices by appreciating these learning experiences.  A huge challenge is to supply the content in a way that engages medics at all levels.  And not forgetting the patients who are increasingly using digital to self-analyze and enter into informed discussions with medics.

 

Tues, 22 June – ANNOUNCING 2021 TOWNSHIP MARKETING RESEARCH  – click to view program & register - standard delegate rate R2,000 including Research Report

To equip today’s marketers with actionable insights we polled over 1,000 individuals living in townships across South Africa to examine how they support themselves financially; where – and on what – they spend their money and how this has changed over the past year; what their preferred payment methods are; what influences shopping behavior and the types of communications they prefer to receive from marketers.

About 50% of SA’s pop reside in townships, yes, many are poor but in aggregate they represent hundreds of billions of rands

 

Enquiries:  Sharon Angus-Leppan | sharon@marketingmixconferences.co.za | 072 540 6780

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